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Apple releases macOS Catalina 10.15.1 with new Emoji and support for AirPods Pro

Following on from the new AirPods Pro yesterday, as well as tvOS 13.2, an update for HomePod and iOS 13.2 – Apple has now released a new update for macOS Catalina with a few similar features to what was included with iOS 13.2. What’s new? macOS Catalina 10.15.1 includes all the new Emoji from iOS 13.2, including the yawn, waffle, sloth and onion – plus many, many more. Like iOS […]

Twitter for the Mac is back, thanks to ‘Project Catalyst’ on macOS 10.15

Back in June, at WWDC 2019 Apple announced on stage that with the release of macOS Catalina, Twitter for the Mac would be back, thanks to its new framework designed, ‘Project Catalyst’. Catalyst is designed to make it easier for developers to make apps and games for the Mac platform and Twitter have unitised this and brought back its app. Twitter tweeted out back in June with this news also: […]

Apple releases macOS Catalina update

Back at WWDC in June this year, Apple revealed the usual host of updates to its operating systems, most of which we have had already. iOS 13 we have had already, in fact quite a number of releases since 13.0 was released. iPadOS has been released and since then, one minor bug fix too and also tvOS 13 dropped, with support for Apple Arcade and some new wallpapers. But now, […]

Microsoft Office is now out on the Mac App Store

This week, both Apple and Microsoft separately announced that Microsoft Office is now on the Mac App Store, so macOS users can now access the suite much easier than before. Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook have all been added which join OneDrive and OneNote, which have been available for the past few years already. One catch, which does benefit Microsoft is that these versions will only work if you have an […]

How To: Enable right click on a Mac

If you are a new Mac user, the way you right click using the Apple Magic Mouse can be a bit confusing. By default, the right click doesn’t work the same way it does on Windows, so this guide will show you how to make the mouse right click in a way which is the same as Windows. Step 1 – Open System Preferences      

macOS Mojave is now out

The big news last week was the big release of iOS 12, tvOS 12, watchOS 5 and the minor update for the HomePod, but as Apple promised at its ‘Gather Round’ event a few weeks ago, today is the day that we get macOS Mojave. And for the first time in a few years, Apple has now dropped support for a number of Mac models, which is to be expected […]

macOS Mojave is coming next week

At WWDC 2018 in June this year, Apple unveiled the next big version of macOS for its MacBook laptops and Mac desktops. macOS Mojave includes a host of new features, thoughtful design enhancements and improvements. While iOS 12, tvOS 12 and watchOS 5 were all made available a few hours ago, macOS Mojave will be coming next week, 24th September.

macOS 10.13.6 released for 2018 MacBook Pro

Today, while everyone is eagerly awaiting the the upcoming release of macOS Mojave, which should be coming soon – Apple has released a small, supplemental update of macOS High Sierra for the current generation of the MacBook Pro from a few months back. This update will only be for the 2018 Macbook Pro models and as usual, it can be downloaded by going to the Mac App Store and visiting […]

Second beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 has been released

While the next generation of macOS was announced last week at Apple’s annual WWDC developers conference, macOS Mojave isn’t coming out until the Autumn so we are still getting some minor updates to the current, macOS High Sierra. Today, Apple has released the second beta version of macOS 10.13.6 to registered public beta testers, this is just a day after it was to released to developers for testing. macOS 10.13.6 […]

FaceTime for iOS 12 and macOS Mojave will support up to 32 callers

Along with all the updates we had yesterday from Apple to iOS 12, FaceTime made a somewhat unexpected appearance on stage, with probably some of the services biggest new features added today since it was launched in 2010 with the iPhone 4 and iOS 4. FaceTime now for the first time supports multiple users, but up to 32 simultaneous callers in the same FaceTime chat, even Apple Watch users can […]